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  • Angie Nelson

    peg board and chalk paint inside cupboard doors

  • Charity Mullenaux

    Message Center What it is: An information center on the inside of a kitchen cabinet that keeps track of kids' schedules, grocery lists, coupons, and other small items. How to make it: Cover the back side of a cabinet door with chalkboard paint or apply peel-and-stick chalkboard. Screw pegboard over another panel and store small items from hooks.

  • Alice Timbrook

    Use pegboard and chalkboard paint inside cabinet or pantry doors

  • Wanda Harvey

    I need to try this one. Would work great on a kitchen cabinet doors or closet door. <3

  • Nicole Zolynsky

    Use peg boards and chalkboard paint inside cabinet doors.

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